Category: wearables

They make air bags for people now

They make air bags for people now
French company Helite has been selling wearable airbags in some shape or form for many years. Typically, it's targeted bikers,
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NeoMano is an everyday robotic glove for patients with paralysis

NeoMano is an everyday robotic glove for patients with paralysis
Patients with spinal cord injuries, according to assistive technology company Neofect, face three major challenges navigating their day to day
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ThirdEye’s AR glasses come with massive swappable batteries

ThirdEye’s AR glasses come with massive swappable batteries
I know what you're thinking, and yes — these are some dorky-looking AR glasses. What they lack in style, however,
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SureFire’s ARON ecosystem enables augmented reality without Wi-Fi

SureFire's ARON ecosystem enables augmented reality without Wi-Fi
SureFire is laying the foundation for a post-Wi-Fi world. Its new platform, ARON, is a communications system designed to transmit
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Dreamlight’s smart eye mask is designed to help you sleep

Dreamlight's smart eye mask is designed to help you sleep
For everyone but the journalists covering the show, CES is all about catching up on, and improving the quality of,
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The Sgnl wristband is almost ready to turn your hand into a phone

The Sgnl wristband is almost ready to turn your hand into a phone
We've seen Innomdle Lab's Sgnl wearable at CES a few times before, but it's worth revisiting because a) it's an
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Cosmo’s bike helmet light will alert others when you fall

Cosmo's bike helmet light will alert others when you fall
Cycling can be dangerous, especially if you ride at night or in busy metropolitan areas. To help, a startup called
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The Enhancia ring turns your gestures into musical effects

The Enhancia ring turns your gestures into musical effects
Enhancia consists of a rubber ring that you wear while playing the keyboard, connected to a larger hub. Its purpose
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These smart shoes alert you if your grandma falls

These smart shoes alert you if your grandma falls
We've seen our fair share of smart shoes at CES in the past, including a pair you can "lace up"
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L’Oreal and John Rogers built a thumbnail-sized UV sensor

L’Oreal and John Rogers built a thumbnail-sized UV sensor
L'Oreal is not a name that you'd normally associate with CES, but the cosmetics giant is now a regular exhibitor
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